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as a means of exerting influence inside of that state. >> charlie: secretary of state john kerry in kiev praised restraint. from phoenix, arizona, robert gates, served as secretary of defense from 2006 to 201 # 1. i'm pleased to have him back on the the program. early in his career, he was known as a russian expert. thank you, mr. secretary, glad to have you. >> good to be here. >> charlie: when will you lose the neck brace? >> with any luck, about three weeks. >> charlie: is the president handling this about right or not? >> i think he is. trying to get thel the allies oe same page and being willing to collectively first threaten and then potentially implement severe sanctions against russia for what they had done in ukraine is exactly what he should be doing. i think that it's important at this stage to be careful with the rhetoric that you don't say things to look tough, that then in retrospect look hollow if you're unable to follow through. i think the challenge the president faces is that our allies may not be as willing to go along with these sanctions as they should be. we're hear
kerry is set to travel. the foreigner ministrations policies. >> this is the ultimate result of a feckless foreign policy were no one believes in america's strength anymore. he will be joined by three foreign-policy experts that know russia and this crisis well. stephen hadley, former advisor to president bush, michael mcfaul who has been ambassador to russia for president obama, and nicholas burns, who is a diplomat. welcome. >> thank you. >> what is it about the foreign-policy that you consider feckless? >> among other things, the entire approach to vladimir says the russia president came to office, we have had to reset in a conversation overheard. medvedev to tell vladimir i will be more flexible. he continued denial that is east-west or cold war. it may not be as far as barack obama is concerned, but vladimir putin said the greatest disaster of the 20th century was the fall of the soviet union, to him it is clearly east-west, cold war. partews crimea has a vital of russia and he was not about to give it up and a major naval base. i think this was all predict able, but --
: secretary of state john kerry due to travel to kiev tomorrow. senator john mccain joins us from washington. earlier today he denounced the administration's foreign policy before the american israel public affairs committee. >> this is the ultimate result of a factless foreign policy where nobody believes in america's strengths anymore. >> charlie: later we'll be joined by three foreign policy experts who know russia and this crisis well. stephen hadley, former national security advisor to president bush, mike mcfaul, who has been ambassador to russia for president obama, and nicholas burns, a veteran diplomat in the state department. but first, senator mccain. welcome. >> thank you, charlie. >> charlie: tell me what it is about the foreign policy you consider factless. >> well, among other things, the entire approach to vladimir putin and russia, since the president came to office, and we had to have the reset that, in a conversation overheard, he said to tell putin i'll be more flexible. it may not be a cold war as far as barack obama is concerned, but vladimir putin who said the greatest
have increased after the ouster of president yanukovych. secretary of state john kerry says that russia must be careful. the new yorker editor david remnick has just returned from sochi. his article this week is called patriot games, vladimir putin lives his olympic dreams. i'm pleased to have my friend david remnick back at the table. here you are, not an editor. as they say in tv, who know? you never called me talented. >> it was a different experience for you. you are there for nbc commenting. >> i did a few things with bob costas before his eye. poor guy. he played hurt as long as he could. >> the captain limped out. >> like el sid. most olympic games are the olympic games and they are exciting for the athletic things and you get to focus on a different city but this was destined from the start to be half olympic games and half event.al >> let's talk about the political event. this was seen as vladimir putin as what? >> the reassertion of russian confidence and power on the world stage. the soviet union collapsed in 1991 and with it collapsed not only on economy but a kind of nation
-russian crimea. u.s. society john kerry warned russia must be very careful in the judgments and keep the commitments to respect the sovereignty of ukraine. "new yorker" editor david remnick just returned from sochi where he covered the olympic games for nbc. his article in can the new york this week is called "patriot games-- vladimir putin lives his olympic dream." i am very pleased to have our friend david remnick back at this table. so here you are, not an editor. your talent. >> talent, as they say on tv. who knew? you never called me talent. just the opposite. >> rose: first of all, it was a different experience for you. i mean, you're there for nbc commenting on-- >> the opening ser mope was the main thing, and then i did a few things with bob costas-- poor guy. >> rose: i know. >> he played hurt as long as he could. he was willis. >> rose: he was, oh, god. the captain limped out, did he? >> he did, like el sid. but it was-- you know, most olympic games are the olympic games, and they're exciting for the athletic thing and you get to see it and focus on an olympic city. but thi
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